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Weekend Rewind: News and photos you may have missed

Published March 3, 2014 9:31 am
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It's tough to follow the news when you're finally off the clock and have time for yourself and your family. Rewind will help you catch up with all the happenings in Utah over the weekend.

James' journey: Utah's autism lottery 'changed his life' • About 300 Utah children have been selected in a lottery to receive free autism behavioral therapy through Medicaid. The program has, by all measures, been a success, but it will expire in June if lawmakers don't pass HB88, a bill to permanently extend it.

Infertility is widespread but many Utah couples can't afford help • A Sandy couple spent $8,000 in 2008 on infertility treatments to be able to conceive a baby. Marissa and Matt King, of Orem, spent $20,000. Tiffany and Jon Alleman, of Sandy, spent $25,000. While the cost of infertility treatments is comparable to other medical-care costs, most insurance providers don't cover it, and the only way to pay is out of pocket.

Researchers seek to study spirituality through Brain Project • The Religious Brain Project is a new effort that's envisioned as being a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional approach to the academic study of how religion influences the brain. The first study, already begun, will image the brains of returned Mormon missionaries with an advanced MRI machine as they undergo what they consider to be a religious experience.

Other News:

Herbert v. Lockhart in session's final stretch?

Panelist: Internet has revolutionized Mormon feminism

History column: Utah women were on the front lines of suffrage battles

Hill Air Force Base trying to maintain F-35, lower costs

Elderly couple found dead at Kaysville house

SLC wants to sell 'surplus' space on streetcar line

Missions signal a growing role for Mormon women

Commercial property, Berry Knoll to be sold by polygamous trust

Fire at recycling plant reported in Iron County

Utah veterans want their sweat lodge leader back

Utah lawmakers back millions more for STEM education

New Thieves hit park-and-ride for Wendover 'Fun Bus'

Salt Lake City building sells to California-based firm

Girl Scout cookies arrive in Utah

Missing Millcreek man found; missing Springville woman safe, police say


Iditarod mushers ready for Sunday start of famous race

Utah's Belly Dance Spring Fest draws hundreds of dancers

Scott D. Pierce: KUTV remains No. 1 in late-news ratings

Dance Theatre of Harlem back on stages nationwide, with Salt Lake City show Thursday

In 'Women of Lockerbie,' Salt Lake theater group mines drama of a bomb-caused plane crash


Real Salt Lake is building an empire in the desert

Utah Valley holds off Texas-Pan American

Utah State basketball: Morrill gets 600th win as Aggies roll

Christopher Kamrani: Utah Valley fans added fuel to fire

BYU basketball team beats San Diego 78-70, clinches WCC #2 seed

Utah basketball: Utes get convincing win over Colorado 75-64

Opinion and Commentary:

Kirby: I see red on the Red Line when I hear cellphone chatter

Rolly: Once upon a time GOP wanted to help autistic kids

Editorial: Defense must be part of any spending reduction

Op-ed: Let's find creative ways to say yes to technology in the classroom

Op-ed: Medicaid expansion is about families, not federalism

Malodorous deals

Boys will be … readers

Op-ed: Mitt Romney on the wrong side of caucus battle

Unloading a burden on your best friend






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